Asian Paradise-Flycatcher

In May, the migrant Asian paradise-flycatchers are ready to breed after returning to their hometown in the forest of central China's Wushan Mountains.

The male bird's tail is nearly four times the length of its torso, resembling delicate silk ribbons. The bird is thus bestowed with the connotation of longevity and auspiciousness.

Two couples have built their nests and ready to raise the newborns. Watch this episode to find out more.

(Cover images via screenshot and VCG)

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